Interdisciplinary and Cross-disciplinary Graduate Course Listing

Graduate students may enrol in the following courses outside of their program with permission of the instructor and the student’s home program. For more information, please see the Contact details for each course below. The Request Form must be completed and submitted to the home program for enrolment.

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Available Courses (click to expand)
Acoustics, Perception, and the Auditory System
Communication Sciences and Disorders (Audiology/Hearing Science) 9512a
Faculty of Health Sciences

Terms: Fall
Contact: Ewan Macpherson

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

This course provides an introductory background for understanding sound, its propagation, and the acoustics of rooms and the external ear. Signal filtering and representations in time and frequency domains will be introduced. Anatomy of the ear and auditory nervous system will be covered, as well as the function of these systems in the processing of sound. Perception and psychophysics, as well as sound localization will also be studied. Space Permitting.
 
Advance Quantitative Methods
Health & Rehabilitation Sciences 9788A
Faculty of Health Sciences

Terms: Fall
Contact: Marissa Butler

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

Permission of the department is required. For permission please contact Marissa Butler. Health and Rehabilitation Sciences students have first priority for enrolment.
 
Advance Research Design
Political Science 9502A
Faculty of Social Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: L. Stephenson

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

T 9:30-11:30
With permission of instructor.

 
Advanced Digital Control Systems
Electrical & Computer Engineering 9507
Faculty of Engineering

Terms: Fall
Contact: M.R. Kermani

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

with permission of the instructor

 
Advanced Glacial Geology
Geology 9576A
Faculty of Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: Academic Program Coordinator

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

Suitable for physical geography students.
 
Advanced Numerical Analysis
Applied Mathematics 9561A
Faculty of Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: Audrey Kager

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

See Instructor
 
Advanced Particle & Fluidization Engineering
Chemical & Biochemical Engineering 9550
Faculty of Engineering

Terms: Fall
Contact: C. Briens

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

With permission of the department.
 
Advanced Physics of the Earth
Geophysics 9530B
Faculty of Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: Academic Program Coordinator

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:


 
Advanced Refugee and Migrant Studies: Risky Passages and Restrictive Borders
Anthropology 9224B
Faculty of Social Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: Dr Randa Farah

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

Course description may be found here: http://anthropology.uwo.ca/graduate/course_information/elective_courses.html
 
Advanced Stable Isotope Science
Geology 9556B
Faculty of Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: Academic Program Coordinator

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

Suitable for students in Biology, Chemistry, Geography, Civil/Environmental Engineering, Environmental Science.
 
Advanced Studies in Biophysics
Molecular Imaging 9581B
Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry

Terms: Fall
Contact: Paula Foster

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

With permission of the course instructor.
 
Advanced SW Practice with Indigenous Peoples
Social Work 9814B
King's University College

Terms: Fall
Contact: Tosha Densky

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

Permission of the School of Social Work is required.
 
Advanced Topics in Curriculum
Education 9730B-001
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

onsite
 
Advanced Topics in Policy Study
Education 9433L-650
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

online
 
all courses
Sociology
Faculty of Social Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: Sandra Vilovski

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

*visit sociology.uwo.ca/graduate/courses/index.html for course listing; can be taken with permission of course professor
 
Ancient Ecosystems
Geology 9532B
Faculty of Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: Academic Program Coordinator

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:


 
Approaches to Research
Education 9431B-650
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

online
 
Bilingualism and Heritage Speakers
Hispanic Studies SP 9729L
Faculty of Arts and Humanities

Terms: Fall
Contact: Professor Olga Tararova

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

Course is offered in Spanish
 
Bio – psycho-social dimensions of aging
Health & Rehabilitation Sciences 9641A
Faculty of Health Sciences

Terms: Fall
Contact: Marissa Butler

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

Permission of the department is required. For permission please contact Marissa Butler. Health and Rehabilitation Sciences students have first priority for enrolment.
 
Biological Electron Microscopy
Biology 9912A
Faculty of Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: Dr. Richard Gardiner

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

Please visit http://www.uwo.ca/biology/graduate/current/graduate_courses.html
 
Biomedical and Bioengineering Concepts
Musculoskeletal Health Research MSK 9000
Faculty of Health Sciences

Terms: Fall
Contact: Sam Mundy

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

This course deals with fundamental biological and engineering concepts relevant to the musculoskeletal system. Topics include musculoskeletal anatomy, cell biology, biomechanics, physiology, pathology, biomaterials, tissue engineering and genetics. Students will gain experience in the critical appraisal of published studies. Emphasis is placed on the skills and knowledge needed to function as members of transdisciplinary research teams. Fall term: Two 1-hour sessions per week. Total 26 hours of class time.
 
Biomedical Systems Analysis
Biomedical Engineering 9502
Faculty of Engineering

Terms: Fall
Contact: J. Lacefield

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

With permission of the instructor. Familiarity with engineering applications of Fourier and Laplace analysis is recommended.
 
Biophysical Chemistry
Chemistry 9594
Faculty of Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: Lars Konermann

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

Permission of the instructor. Suitable for students of Applied Math, Physics, and Engineering.
 
Business Strategy I
Business 9770B
Ivey School of Business

Terms: Fall
Contact: Adam Fremeth

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

This course will examine economic theories that inform the choices that firms make to influence their performance.

 
Business Sustainability
Business 9773A
Ivey School of Business

Terms: Fall
Contact: Tima Bansal & Oana Branzei

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

Strategy scholars typically assume that business aims to make money for shareholders — the owners of capital. This course aims to understand this historical precedence and the underlying assumptions. It will then explore how value can be created, so that organizations benefit both shareholders and society.
 
Canadian Politics
Political Science 9531A
Faculty of Social Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: C. Alcantara

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

W 10:30-1:30 With permission of instructor.

 
Catalina de Erauso: Life, Legend, Literature and Culture
Hispanic Studies SP9027L
Faculty of Arts and Humanities

Terms: Fall
Contact: Professor Victoria Wolff

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

Course is offered in Spanish (Available in English with consultation from the professor)
 
Challenging Heteronormativity: Creative Resistance in Women's Narratives from the Global South
Women's Studies WS 9524A
Faculty of Arts and Humanities

Terms: Fall
Contact: Shuchi Karim

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

Tuesdays & Thursdays 11:30-2:30 pm -- ONLINE DELIVERY
 
Cognitive Musicology
Music 9739b
Don Wright Faculty of Music

Terms: Fall
Contact: Dr. Jonathan De Souza

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:


 
Communications and Critical Thinking
Physiology & Pharmacology 9551
Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry

Terms: Fall
Contact: Susan McMillan

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

with permission of the instructor
 
Community Nutrition and Program Planning
Foods and Nutrition FOODNUTR 9666B
Brescia University College

Terms: Fall
Contact: Dr. June Matthews

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

An advanced study of the principles and practice of community nutrition and population health promotion, as well as program planning and evaluation. Emphasis placed on critical analyses of population health strategies from awareness-building, nutrition education, and skill-building to community partnerships, supportive environments, and healthy public policy.

A background in population health theories would be beneficial. Permission of the instructor is required.


 
Comparative Political Behaviour
Political Science 9567B
Faculty of Social Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: M. Turgeon

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

TH 1:30-3:30 With permission of instructor.

 
Comparative Politics
Political Science 9566A
Faculty of Social Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: B. Morrison

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

TH 1:30-3:30 With permission of instructor.

 
Computational Thinking in Mathematics and Science Education
Education 9418B-650
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

online
 
Computer-Assisted Language Learning
Education 9303L-001
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

onsite
 
Consumer Behaviour
Business 9834A
Ivey School of Business

Terms: Fall
Contact: Miranda Goode

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

Students with a variety of backgrounds and research interests are welcome in this graduate seminar. Although the course is designed for marketing students and taught by a marketing professor, it is relevant to students who are interested in behavioral research in a variety of disciplines. Topics have been selected to expose you to and increase your competency in some of the most important areas of consumer research. The course is designed to ignite ideas and meaningful discussion. Each week, students will be prepared to engage in lively discussion, presentations, and exercises. We will strive to generate, in class, the design/idea for at least one new study related to the focal topic.

 
Continuum Mechanics
Mechanical and Materials Engineering MME9611
Faculty of Engineering

Terms: Fall
Contact: J. Floryan

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

The objective of the course is to familiarize the student with the basic concepts of continuum mechanics, which allow a unified approach and understanding of both solid and fluid mechanics. These analytical tools are essential to engineering research and advanced specialized graduate courses in mechanical engineering.
 
Corporate Finance (MFE program)
Business 9821B
Ivey School of Business

Terms: Fall
Contact: Frank Li

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

"1. This course addresses the key decisions and issues faced by senior officers in corporations and the analytical frameworks and approaches that are helpful in resolving these issues.
2. This course provides many practical techniques and skills that you will need in your future work."

 
Critical Policy Studies in Education
Education 9202B-001
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

onsite
 
Current Topics in Health Promotion
Health & Rehabilitation Sciences 9721A
Faculty of Health Sciences

Terms: Fall
Contact: Marissa Butler

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

Permission of the department is required. For permission please contact Marissa Butler. Health and Rehabilitation Sciences students have first priority for enrolment.
 
Decision-Making
Business 9814B
Ivey School of Business

Terms: Fall
Contact: Xin (Shane) Wang

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

This course provides a survey of recent theoretical advances in decision-making. This includes areas at the intersection of psychology and economics such as judgment and decision making, behavioural decision theory, experimental economics and behavioural game theory. We also consider evolutionary thinking in psychology and markets and draw out the implications of this for individual decision making. The course consists of twelve weekly three-hour seminars, during which you will review, analyze, and critically evaluate a few papers on a specific topic. The course is generally scheduled on Thursday afternoons but in any given week sessions may be rearranged as mutually convenient. Business 9814 is a program requirement for all Ivey doctoral students with a specialization in marketing. Doctoral students from other disciplines who are interested in the intersection between psychology and economics and how this impacts business theory are strongly encouraged to consider the course as the material has been chosen to be of interest beyond marketing. The main objective of the course is to focus on the conceptions of individual decision making rather than to teach any specific methodologies. That said in the course we will briefly review a number of methods popular with researchers in the field of decision making. These include: experiments (both psychological and economic), secondary data analysis and analytical modeling. No specific expertise in any method is expected. Students will see when each technique may be useful and be inspired to use the methods rather than be expected to come out of the course as, for example, analytical modelers.

 
Democratic Engagement (Comp, Cdn)
Political Science 9532B
Faculty of Social Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: C. Anderson

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

W 9:30-11:30 With permission of instructor.

 
Digital Environments
Geography GEOG 9121
Faculty of Social Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: Dr. Agnieszka Leszczynski

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

This seminar explores the various ways in which digital assemblages such as platforms, smart objects, and ‘the cloud’ materialize across, produce, and are produced by a range social, spatial, ecological, and urban landscapes. We will engage with a broad range of current works drawing on a diverse array of empirics, methodologies, and theoretical frameworks to examine landscapes such as smart cities, cloud ecologies, sensory environments, the smart home, the cultural geographies of digital infrastructures, and the political landscapes – and possibilities – of the ‘Internet of Things’. 2 hour seminar, 0.5 course.
 
Digital Research Methods
History 9877A
Faculty of Social Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: Prof. William Turkel

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

History students have first priority for enrolment.
 
Displacement and Diasporas
Anthropology 9213A
Faculty of Social Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: Randa Farah

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

Tuesdays from 1:30-4:30pm
 
Diverse Traditions: Approaches to Educational Research
Education 9678B-001
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

onsite
 
Early Literacy Curriculum, Pedagogy, and Learning
Education 9599A-001
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

onsite
 
Empirical Asset Pricing (MFE)
Business 9811A
Ivey School of Business

Terms: Fall
Contact: Shyam Venkatesan

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

This course presents a study of some of the most significant empirical (and theoretical) work in the field of asset pricing. We examine topics such as: the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM), multi-factor asset pricing models, conditional and unconditional asset pricing models, international asset pricing models, and asset pricing in a behavioural finance context.  We discuss how research can be used in practice, how to develop interesting research questions, and how to develop practical applications for existing research.
 
Energy and Environmental Justice
Geography 9120
Faculty of Social Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: Carol Hunsberger

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

Current patterns of energy production and use are deeply tangled with questions of social and environmental justice. This graduate seminar explores impacts of energy production, equity issues related to energy access, and political and economic forces shaping energy decisions. The course engages with theories of justice found in moral philosophy, political ecology and social movements, building on these to articulate an interpretation of ‘energy justice.’ We apply this framework to Canadian and international cases, exploring intersections between energy systems and conflict, identity, climate justice, and Indigenous rights.
 
Entrepreneurship
Business 9777A
Ivey School of Business

Terms: Fall
Contact: Simon Parker

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

This course discusses prominent theories of entrepreneurship and entrepreneurial value creation at the individual-, firm-, and economy-level of analysis. It explains empirical methods used to test these theories and illustrates applications appearing in cutting-edge research papers. The course, which is based on the instructor’s book The Economics of Entrepreneurship, 2nd Edition (Cambridge University Press, 2018) explains individual and regional determinants of selection into entrepreneurship; theories and evidence pertaining to entrepreneurial finance; entrepreneurial performance (growth and survival); and public policy towards entrepreneurship.

 
Environment and Health
Geography 9107
Faculty of Social Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: Isaac Luginaah

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

The conceptual frameworks for environmental health research and policy analysis. Appraisal of methods of deriving and substantiating evidence in environment and health research. Approaches to environmental health policy formulation and the uses of evidence in the environmental health policy arena.
 
Environmental and Exploration Geophysics II
Geophysics 9520A
Faculty of Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: Academic Program Coordinator

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:


 
Equity & Social Justice in Education
Education 9629A-001
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

onsite
 
FACTS
Electrical & Computer Engineering 9400
Faculty of Engineering

Terms: Fall
Contact: R.K. Varma

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

with permission of the instructor
 
Feminist and Gender Perspectives on/in Conflict and Post-Conflict Contexts
Women's Studies WS 9524A
Faculty of Arts and Humanities

Terms: Fall
Contact: Erica Lawson

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

Tuesdays 1:30 – 4:30
 
Feminist Interventions in Trauma and Testimony Studies
Women's Studies WS 9463B
Faculty of Arts and Humanities

Terms: Fall
Contact: Kim Verwaayen

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

Tuesdays 1:30 – 4:30
 
Feminist Methodologies
Women's Studies WS 9464B
Faculty of Arts and Humanities

Terms: Fall
Contact: Laura Cayen

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

Wednesdays 10:30 – 1:30
 
Feminist Speculative Fiction
Women's Studies WS 9XXA
Faculty of Arts and Humanities

Terms: Fall
Contact: Miranda Green-Barteet

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

Mondays 10:30 – 1:30
 
Feminist Theory
Women's Studies WS 9550A
Faculty of Arts and Humanities

Terms: Fall
Contact: Susan Knabe

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

Thursdays 1:30 – 4:30
 
Food Leadership and Management
Foods and Nutrition FOODNUTR 9211A
Brescia University College

Terms: Fall
Contact: Dr. Peggy O'Neil

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

This course expands students’ practical knowledge and theoretical competence using experiential learning and scholarly inquiry in Leadership and Food Management across a variety of agri-food environments, including but not limited to healthcare (both acute and long-term), industry, hospitality, public education, private practice, and entrepreneurship.Through a broad range of theories, landmark cases, and reflective practice, this course offers students the opportunity to explore historical, philosophic, and practice issues in Leadership and Food Management. Topics may include ethics, social responsibility, corporate branding, crisis communications, human resources management, labor relations, budgeting and finance, service standards and delivery, leadership development, strategic planning, market trends, and entrepreneurship. Students work individually and in teams in order to expand their and peers’ judgment and discretion toward a thriving, collegial community of practice in Leadership and Food Management. Permission of the instructor is required.


 
Foundations in Transitional Justice and Post-Conflict Reconstruction
Transitional Justice and Post-Conflict Reconstruction TJ 9501B
Faculty of Social Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: Valerie Oosterveld

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:


 
Fundamental Concepts in Clinical and Health Services Research
Musculoskeletal Health Research MSK 9100
Faculty of Health Sciences

Terms: Fall
Contact: Sam Mundy

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

This course deals with the epidemiology, clinical presentation, diagnosis and interventions for common musculoskeletal conditions. As well, fundamental aspects of the design and conduct of clinical and health services research will be presented. Students will gain experience in the critical appraisal of published studies. Emphasis is placed on communication, teamwork and the principles of knowledge translation. Winter term: Two 1-hour sessions per week. Total 26 hours of class time.
 
Fundamentals of Biochemical Engineering
Chemical & Biochemical Engineering 9211
Faculty of Engineering

Terms: Fall
Contact: D. Karamanev

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

Not open to students with biochemical, biochemistry or biology background. Must see department first.
 
Gender and Development
Women's Studies WS 9466B
Faculty of Arts and Humanities

Terms: Fall
Contact: Bipasha Baruah

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

(UG/G split) Mondays 10:30 – 1:30
 
Geographical Data and Analysis
Geography GEOG9113
Faculty of Social Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: Jed Long

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

This course will expose students to modern techniques for processing and analyzing geospatial data using computational and statistical methods. We will explore ideas related to ‘big data’, ‘machine learning’, ‘data mining’, and ‘data science’. Students will develop skills in computer programming, data handling, statistics, and geographical data analysis.
 
Geographical Data and Analysis
Geography GEOG9113
Faculty of Social Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: Jed Long

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

This course will expose students to modern techniques for processing and analyzing geospatial data using computational and statistical methods. We will explore ideas related to ‘big data’, ‘machine learning’, ‘data mining’, and ‘data science’. Students will develop skills in computer programming, data handling, statistics, and geographical data analysis.
 
Geophysics Field School
Geophysics 9509A
Faculty of Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: Academic Program Coordinator

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:


 
Global Governance  (IR)
Political Science 9514B
Faculty of Social Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: R. Dimitrov

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

T 12:30-2:30 With permission of instructor.

 
Global History: An Introduction
History 9XXXA
Faculty of Social Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: Prof. Frank Schumacher

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

History students have first priority for enrolment.
 
Globalization and Education
Education 9203B-001
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

onsite
 
Globalization and Urban Politics (LG, Cdn, Comp)
Political Science 9755A (4210F)
Faculty of Social Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: M. Horak

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

TH 1:30-3:30 With permission of instructor.

 
Graduate Research Seminar
Linguistics 9501Q
Faculty of Arts and Humanities

Terms: Fall
Contact: Chrisanthi Ballas

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

As part of your training in linguistics, you will develop valuable transferrable skills that can be effectively applied in a wide range of job settings. This course aims to help students identify and strengthen their marketable skills and learn to present themselves effectively to prospective employers both within and outside of academia. These skills include time management, oral communication, grant writing, teaching, leadership, research, project management, editing, interpersonal skills, and an appreciation of ethical and civic responsibility.
 
Graduate Research Seminar
Linguistics 9501Q
Faculty of Arts and Humanities

Terms: Fall
Contact: Chrisanthi Ballas

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

As part of your training in linguistics, you will develop valuable transferrable skills that can be effectively applied in a wide range of job settings. This course aims to help students identify and strengthen their marketable skills and learn to present themselves effectively to prospective employers both within and outside of academia. These skills include time management, oral communication, grant writing, teaching, leadership, research, project management, editing, interpersonal skills, and an appreciation of ethical and civic responsibility.
 
Graduate Seminar in Leadership
Education 9507B-001
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

onsite
 
Healthcare Law & Policy
Law 9310
Faculty of Law

Terms: Fall
Contact: Mary Morris

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

with permission of the instructor
 
Hydrogeology – Principles, Processes and Professional Practice
Geology 9540B
Faculty of Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: Academic Program Coordinator

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

Suitable for students in Civil/Environmental Engineering, Geography.
 
Indigeneity and (De)colonizing Research
Education 9204B-001
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

onsite
 
Individual Capacity Building
Education 9518B-650
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

online
 
Intercultural Learning Capacity Building
Education 9517A-650
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

online
 
Intergenerational Justice (Theory)
Political Science 9729B (4413G)
Faculty of Social Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: E. Finneron-Burns

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

TH 2:30-4:30 With permission of instructor.

 
International Protection of Intellectual Property
Law 9630
Faculty of Law

Terms: Fall
Contact: Mary Morris

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

with permission of the instructor
 
International Relations
Political Science 9511A
Faculty of Social Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: A. Harmes

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

T 12:30-2:30 With permission of instructor.

 
Intro to Curriculum
Education 9580A-001
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

onsite
 
Intro to Quantitative Research Methods (aka intro to stats in education)
Education 9621A-001
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

onsite
 
Introduction to Educational Research
Education 9201A-001
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

onsite
 
Introduction to GIS
Geography 9110
Faculty of Social Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: Jacek Malczewski

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

Introduction to fundamental concepts, techniques, and applications of Geographic Information Systems (GIS). This is an entry-level course for students who wish to apply GIS to their own research. Students gain hands-on experience using the ArcGIS software and develop problem-solving skills.
 
Language Variation
Linguistics 9619A
Faculty of Arts and Humanities

Terms: Fall
Contact: Chrisanthi Ballas

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

This course offers students the opportunity to explore a range of scholarship in the theory, methodology and findings of sociolinguistic research on language variation. Through a four-phase research project (annotated bibliography, abstract, in-class presentation, final paper), students will carry out an empirical analysis of a set of language data as part of their course project, or do a critical survey of the literature to argue a position on a given sociolinguistic topic. Specific topics of particular interest to students will be chosen in consultation with the instructor (specific weightings of assignments will be discussed at the first class meeting). The language of instruction will be English but students have the option of submitting written work in English, French or Spanish. Students in French Studies graduate programs are required to submit all written work in French.
 
Language Variation
Linguistics 9619A
Faculty of Arts and Humanities

Terms: Fall
Contact: Chrisanthi Ballas

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

This course offers students the opportunity to explore a range of scholarship in the theory, methodology and findings of sociolinguistic research on language variation. Through a four-phase research project (annotated bibliography, abstract, in-class presentation, final paper), students will carry out an empirical analysis of a set of language data as part of their course project, or do a critical survey of the literature to argue a position on a given sociolinguistic topic. Specific topics of particular interest to students will be chosen in consultation with the instructor (specific weightings of assignments will be discussed at the first class meeting). The language of instruction will be English but students have the option of submitting written work in English, French or Spanish. Students in French Studies graduate programs are required to submit all written work in French.
 
Leading Schools
Education 9430A-650
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

online
 
Linear Systems and Modern Control Theory
Electrical & Computer Engineering 9506
Faculty of Engineering

Terms: Fall
Contact: L.J. Brown

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

with permission of the instructor
 
Machine Learning in Social Science Research (Methods 3)
Political Science 9592A
Faculty of Social Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: D. Armstrong

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

TH 11:30-1:30 With permission of instructor.

 
Management Science II
Business 9812B
Ivey School of Business

Terms: Fall
Contact: Hubert Pun

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

This is the second course of a two-part series where students will develop an understanding of the theoretical foundations and applications of management science. The focus of the second course is on stochastic modeling and includes topics such as statistics, probability theory, stochastic processes, queuing models, dynamic programming, simulation, and revenue management. The emphasis of this seminar is on achieving a sound understanding of the fundamental theoretical models as well as on the application to real world problems.
 
Management Science III
Business 9882
Ivey School of Business

Terms: Fall
Contact: Joe Naoum-Sawaya

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

This course introduces students to how to solve healthcare and sustainability problems using the game-theoretical model.

 
Materials and Synchrotron Radiation I
Chemistry 9774Q
Faculty of Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: TK Sham

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

Background knowledge in materials, physical chemistry, spectroscopy and elementary quantum mechanics

 
Materials and Synchrotron Radiation II
Chemistry 9784S
Faculty of Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: TK Sham

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

Prerequisites: Chem9774Q, background knowledge in materials, physical chemistry, spectroscopy and elementary quantum mechanics

 
Mathematical Methods in Engineering
Chemical & Biochemical Engineering 9170
Faculty of Engineering

Terms: Fall
Contact: A. Ray

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

CBE 291 or equivalent, or permission of the department.
 
Mathematics Education through the Arts
Education 9413L -650
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

online
 
Mathematics for Teachers
Education 9419L-650
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

online
 
Methodology  (Methods 1)
Political Science 9590A
Faculty of Social Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: D. Armstrong

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

W 4:30-6:30 With permission of instructor.

 
Mineral Deposit Geochemistry
Geology 9552B
Faculty of Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: Academic Program Coordinator

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:


 
Molecular Simulations Modelling & Advanced Molecular Simulations
Chemistry 9554
Faculty of Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: Styliani Constas

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

1st year calculus or algebra, any basic physical or thermodynamics background
 
Multivariate Analysis
Business 9702A
Ivey School of Business

Terms: Fall
Contact: Lauren Cipriano

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

Modern statistical concepts and methods developed in a mathematical framework: statistical inference, point and interval estimation, hypothesis testing, maximum likelihood estimation, large sample theory.  This course introduces statistical regression models (ANOVA, linear regression, non-linear regression) with an applied focus. Students will learn the basic concepts behind linear and nonlinear statistical models, and apply them to the analysis of real data sets from various fields. A significant component in the course will be data analysis in R.
 
New Course in Microsystems and DSP
Electrical & Computer Engineering
Faculty of Engineering

Terms: Fall
Contact: J. Sabarinathan

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

with permission of the instructor
 
Operations I
Business 9805
Ivey School of Business

Terms: Fall
Contact: Larry Menor

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

Operations I is a course that surveys various topics in supply chain management from an empirical research perspective. It is designed to introduce you to (i) classical topics in supply chain management and (ii) the latest research pertaining to empirical-based supply chain management.

 
Operations II
Business 9815A
Ivey School of Business

Terms: Fall
Contact: Stephan Vachon

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

This course focuses on the theoretical support in operations management research. It also covers operations management empirical research pertaining to quality management, service management, operations strategy and sustainable operations.
 
Organizational Theory
Business 9826A
Ivey School of Business

Terms: Fall
Contact: Mark Zbaracki

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

This course is an introduction to the major theoretical approaches and ongoing debates within organization theory. Organization theory draws on disciplinary roots in (alphabetically) economics, political science, psychology, and sociology to explain the origins, persistence, and disappearance of the structures (organizations, firms, networks, markets, and others) that we use to order our lives. We will read some of the classic statements of the major approaches and trace the history of ideas as the field has developed up to the present. Disparate roots imply disparate approaches to explanation, and thus there are many lively debates within the field that provide some of the frisson of current research.
 
Partial Differential Equation
Applied Mathematics 9505B
Faculty of Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: Audrey Kager

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

See Instructor
 
Perspective in Knowledge Translation
Health & Rehabilitation Sciences 9623B
Faculty of Health Sciences

Terms: Fall
Contact: Marissa Butler

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

Permission of the department is required. For permission please contact Marissa Butler . Health and Rehabilitation Sciences students have first priority for enrolment.

 
Philosophical Foundations of Qualitative Research
Health & Rehabilitation Sciences 9730B
Faculty of Health Sciences

Terms: Fall
Contact: Marissa Butler

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

Permission of the department is required. For permission please contact Marissa Butler . Health and Rehabilitation Sciences students have first priority for enrolment.

 
Planetary Science Seminar
Planetary Science 9500/9600
Faculty of Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: Catherine Neish

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

This course allows students to broaden their background and learn about other fields within planetary science. Refer to: http://cpsx.uwo.ca/study/study-1/graduate-courses for more information.
A weekly meeting of all graduate students in the planetary science program. There are no prerequisites for this course.
 
Planetary Science Short Course
Planetary Science 9603
Faculty of Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: Dr. G. Osinski

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

This is an intensive 7-day course on the fundamental processes that have shaped the terrestrial planets and their moons, and asteroids. Some of the world’s leading planetary science experts will present 1 to 2-day modules. Refer to: http://cpsx.uwo.ca/study/study-1/graduate-courses for more information. Suitable for students in the sciences, engineering, and geography including advanced undergraduate students, graduate students, and professionals from industry and government. There are no prerequisites for this course.

 
Planetary Surface Processes Field School
Planetary Science 9605
Faculty of Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: Dr G. Osinski

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

The principle objective of this course is to provide participants with an interdisciplinary field studies experience, with an emphasis on comparative planetology through the study of terrestrial analogues. Refer to: https://space.uwo.ca/training/graduate_students/courses/index.html for more information.
Prerequisite: PLANETSC 9602 or 9603 (Planetary Science Short Course)

 
Political Strategy and Communication (IR, Cdn, Comp)
Political Science 9767A (4209F)
Faculty of Social Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: A. Harmes

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

T 3:30-5:30 With permission of instructor.

 
Political Theory
Political Science 9503A
Faculty of Social Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: C. Jones

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

T 3:30-5:30
With permission of instructor.

 
Political Theory – Toleration
Political Science 9506B
Faculty of Social Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: R. Vernon

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

M 9:30-11:30 With permission of instructor.

 
Public International Law
Law 9225
Faculty of Law

Terms: Fall
Contact: Mary Morris

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

with permission of the instructor
 
Qualitative Methods in Political Science
Political Science 9593B
Faculty of Social Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: M. Horak

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

W 12:30-2:30 With permission of instructor.

 
Qualitative Research in Education
Education 9711B-001
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

onsite - Restricted to PhD students who have an advanced research methods course.
 
Qualitative Research Methods in HRS
Health & Rehabilitation Sciences 9602A
Faculty of Health Sciences

Terms: Fall
Contact: Marissa Butler

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

Permission of the department is required. For permission please contact Marissa Butler. Health and Rehabilitation Sciences students have first priority for enrolment.
 
Quantitative Methods in Political Science  (Methods 2)
Political Science 9591B
Faculty of Social Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: M. Turgeon

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

T 10:30-12:30 With permission of instructor.

 
Quantitative Research Methods in HRS
Health & Rehabilitation Sciences 9601A
Faculty of Health Sciences

Terms: Fall
Contact: Marissa Butler

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

Permission of the department is required. For permission please contact Marissa Butler. Health and Rehabilitation Sciences students have first priority for enrolment.
 
Queer Temporalities
Women's Studies WS 9572B
Faculty of Arts and Humanities

Terms: Fall
Contact: Chris Roulston

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

Thursdays 1:30 – 4:30
 
Random Signals, Adaptive and Kalman Filtering 
Electrical & Computer Engineering 9203
Faculty of Engineering

Terms: Fall
Contact: V. Parsa

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

with permission of the instructor
 
Reflective practice & professional knowledge in health and Social Care
Health & Rehabilitation Sciences 9710A
Faculty of Health Sciences

Terms: Fall
Contact: Marissa Butler

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

Permission of the department is required. For permission please contact Marissa Butler. Health and Rehabilitation Sciences students have first priority for enrolment.
 
Research Design
Political Science 9501A
Faculty of Social Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: L. Stephenson

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

TH 9:30-11:30
With permission of instructor.

 
Research Methods
Business 9704Y
Ivey School of Business

Terms: Fall
Contact: Matt Thomson

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

This course examines issues related to the philosophy of science and focuses on developing an understanding of social science and how it is done. Students are introduced to a wide range of research approaches which will help develop their understanding, effectively use them in their research, and prepare them to evaluate research done by others.
 
Resource Development and Management for Effective Education
Education 9432L-650
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

online
 
Robot Manipulators 
Electrical & Computer Engineering 9503
Faculty of Engineering

Terms: Fall
Contact: R.V. Patel

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

with permission of the instructor
 
Scientific Computing
Applied Mathematics 9502
Faculty of Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: Dr. Karttunen

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

Previous course on numerical methods, working knowledge of C++, C, or Fortran.

 
Second Language Assessment
Education 9309L-001
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

onsite
 
Social Approaches to Language Learning and Teaching
Education 9301B-001
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

onsite
 
Social Context of Education
Education 9200A-001
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

onsite
 
Social Work Administration
Social Work 9605A
King's University College

Terms: Fall
Contact: Kylene Dube

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

The purpose of this course is to provide students with the knowledge and skills required to assume a variety roles in the administration and leadership of human service organizations. Special emphasis is given to the importance of teamwork and to the role of supervision in the operation of effective human service organizations. Other topics covered include general, human resource and financial administration as well as organizational leadership.
Offered Tuesday evening at 6:00 pm until 9:00 pm.
 
Special Topics in Anthropology: Biocultural Anthropology
Anthropology 9900B
Faculty of Social Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: Professor Alexis Dolphin

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:


 
Special Topics in CSSAL: Contemporary Approaches to Pedagogy
Education 9687A-001
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

onsite
 
Special Topics in CSSAL: Culturally & Linguistically Sustaining Pedagogy
Education 9687B-001
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

onsite
 
Special Topics in CSSAL: Discourse Analysis
Education 9687L-001
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

onsite
 
Special Topics in Musicology: Music and Trauma
Music 9735a
Don Wright Faculty of Music

Terms: Fall
Contact: Dr. Emily Ansari

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:


 
Special Topics in Musicology: Research Creation
Music 9535b
Don Wright Faculty of Music

Terms: Fall
Contact: Dr. Robert Toft

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:


 
Special Topics in Statistics
Business 9712B
Ivey School of Business

Terms: Fall
Contact: Brandon Schauffele

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

This course aims to develop data analysis skills using structural equation modeling techniques. The major topics include path analysis, latent factor models, latent growth models, and multilevel models. The primary objective is to apply the appropriate statistical techniques to test the research questions. Mplus is the software package used in this course.?
 
Teaching and Learning Grammar
Education 9308B-001
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

onsite
 
Teaching and Learning Mathematics Today
Education 9411A-650
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

online
 
Teaching and Learning Vocabulary
Education 9302A-001
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

onsite
 
Teaching Listening and Speaking Skills
Education 9312B-001
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

onsite
 
Teaching Reading and Writing Skills
Education 9311A-001
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

onsite
 
The History of Sexuality
History 9XXXB
Faculty of Social Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: Prof. Laurel Shire

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

History students have first priority for enrolment.
 
Theories of Global Justice (Theory, Comp, IR)
Political Science 9762B (4206G)
Faculty of Social Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: R. Vernon

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

TH 11:30-1:30 With permission of instructor.

 
Theories of Marketing
Business 9804A
Ivey School of Business

Terms: Fall
Contact: Kersi Antia

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

This course helps develop an appreciation for the diverse theories in use in Marketing Strategy. Our emphasis is on organization- (rather than individual-)focused theories – their original underpinnings, and their subsequent theoretical and empirical development. The course is meant to provide an overview of the multiple popular theoretical perspectives rather than a deep dive into any one of them.
 
Topics in Classical Music: Mozart and the Promise of the Enlightened Stage
Music 9540a
Don Wright Faculty of Music

Terms: Fall
Contact: Dr. Ed Goehring

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:


 
Topics in Popular Music Analysis and Production: Making Popular Music
Music 9547a
Don Wright Faculty of Music

Terms: Fall
Contact: Dr. Jay Hodgson

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:


 
Transport Processes
Chemical & Biochemical Engineering 9160
Faculty of Engineering

Terms: Fall
Contact: A. Ray

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

With permission of the department.
 
Understanding 21st Century Teaching and Learning
Education 9102L-650
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

online
 
Understanding Assessment and Evaluation in Early Childhood Settings
Education 9408L-650
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

online
 
Understanding Assessment and Evaluation in Educational Settings
Education 9103L-650
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

online
 
Understanding Curriculum for Practitioners
Education 9100A-650
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

online - Anti-requisite 9580
 
Understanding Early Childhood Education Curriculum
Education 9407B-650
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

online
 
Understanding Second Language Learning & Teaching
Education 9300A-001
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

onsite
 
Understanding Teaching and Learning for Practitioners
Education 9101B-650
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

online
 
Understanding the Early Childhood Educator
Education 9409L-650
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

online
 
Understanding the Young Child
Education 9400A-650
Faculty of Education

Terms: Fall
Contact: Graduate Coordinator - Education

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

online
 
Urban Political Economy
Political Science 9524A
Faculty of Social Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: Z. Taylor

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

W 1:30-3:30 With permission of instructor.

 
Urbanism and Social Rituals in Ancient Rome
Classics 9450A
Faculty of Arts and Humanities

Terms: Fall
Contact: Dr. Kelly Olson

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

This course looks at urban life in the city of Rome, exploring questions of urban identity, the uses of social space, and the construction of social rituals. We will cover such topics such as the conceptualization of urban space; streets and patterns of urban movement; suburbs, hills and neighborhoods; Rome as a museum; smellscapes and soundscapes; baths, spectacles, and triumphs; the retail economy; dying, burial, and cremation; and religious life in the ancient city. We will look at the benefits to city life, such as gardens and other public spaces, as well as malfunctions of the city: diseases, pollution, crowding, and crime.
 
Viscous and Boundary Layer Flow
Mechanical and Materials Engineering MME9639
Faculty of Engineering

Terms: Fall
Contact: K. Ogden

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

The objective of the course is to familiarize the student with the fundamental concepts of viscous and boundary layer flow.
 
Women and Political Leadership (Cdn)
Political Science 9782B (4501G)
Faculty of Social Science

Terms: Fall
Contact: C. deClercy

Prerequisites, Background Knowledge, Restrictions:

T 11:30-1:30 With permission of instructor.